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Visitor Reviews - Low Fell Gate Caravan Park

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Low Fell Gate Caravan Park
Cartmel Road
Grange Over Sands
Cumbria   (Browse area)
LA11 7EG   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 015395 36300

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Open: 1st March To 10th January

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 37 Reviews
              7/10 from 37 Reviews


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Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Max-ie 1 review from this member

Stayed over two nights at this site. The camping, touring field is a large sloped area which can lead to levelling difficulties of your van/ motor home on some pitches. It was well mown with a track up the middle. My caravan had one wheel completely off the ground and still not completely level.

The toilet, wash facilities were some distance from our pitch but were well stocked and fairly clean.

The views over the bay are a major attraction for this site. It's within walking distance from the town. We chose to drive to a car park near the doctors surgery ( £1. 20 per day) and walk down the prom to the railway station, through the duck ponds and up to the shops on the high street. A very enjoyable walk and the different types of flowers on the prom walk were lovely.

There are lots of places to eat but we continue to go to The Pheasant at Allinthwaite. It's a great place to dine.

We stayed on a Cartmell race weekend. The site was busy. My only gripe is that There's not much room between pitches and we were so close to our neighbours that it was uncomfortable to sit out.

All in all a good site in a nice area. £17 per night for caravan. Just don't forget your levelling blocks and watch for busy dates. 4g signal is abundant in area.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Bartonjan 1 review from this member

Fabulous campsite

First time definitely not the last the facilities very good

Lovely warm welcome from Carol and family

Sad to go home

See you next year

Would highly recommend this caravan site the views are amazing

The town not too far away excellent places to eat

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Trotty51 2 reviews from this member

We had booked a hardstanding pitch with view. When we arrived we were shown to what appeared to be a parking space, with the electric hook coming from the back of the toilet block. The view was minimal, with house roofs ahead of us. There were no other hardstanding options available, the others were already taken with caravans that appeared to be permanently in place. We ended up on the grass in a secluded area, on quite a steep slope. It took us a while to get into the right position, but in the end it was OK, with views of the bay. We were lucky that we didn't have much rain during the week, as on the day we left, when it had rained most of the night, there was a very large puddle due to the slope we were on. It was very private and we didn't have any neighbours, which was nice. The TV signal was good.

The showers/toilets were close by, but could do with some refurbishment. They weren't particularly clean and during the week we couldn't actually tell that they had been serviced, other than fresh toilet roll. They certainly weren't of the standard of other sites we have visited, and we would say they were poor. There was plenty of hot water though.

The location of the site was good, a 20 minute walk down to the promenade which took you into Grange, a steep walk back. There is a good butchers in Grange that sold local fresh produce. The ladies in the Tourist Information office were very helpful with lots of ideas of things to do.

The site is on the Walney to Wear Sustrans no 70 cycle route and we took advantage of this on a couple of days.

We can't comment on what time reception was open because we never saw it open during the week.

There are a number of good pubs in Cartmel - max 10 mins by car. The prices are all much the same and the choices are similar in all. The Sticky Toffee Pudding Shop is in Cartmel - visited by Penelope Keith - a very nice shop for lots of unusual produce, plus the puddings.

We probably would find somewhere else to stay if we were to return.

Date of Visit: March 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Kath48 1 review from this member

We went here for our wedding anniversary ad hoc in March. The weather was amazing that week, we loved it there especially the view. We tried to park on the grass but got stuck, the site owner said to pick anywhere where we wanted to go. We had lots of choice as it wasn't busy. We parked up opposite the bungalow, on a hard standing we had a lovely view of the bay from there. The shower block was very clean, I did use the shower, considering it was March and cold outside it was quite warm with 2 heaters which were hot and lots of hot water. Not many sites leave extra toilet rolls, and decent ones too. Not the usual cheap rubbish most sites use. There was soap and paper towels too.

We didn't get to the pub, but we did go to a great place opposite the ornamental gardens for lunch, attached to a bakery serving extremely yummy cakes and pastries, expensive but really lovely. Food was fresh and very tasty.

Great little shops if you want something exclusive. We like to shop in individual shops for personal service and it's good for their economy.

This was our first time here but it won't be the last.

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Weefieryscot 2 reviews from this member

We stayed here for three nights and loved it. We struggled to get our caravan level on the hill so Carol-so lovely and helpful-put us round the corner on a lovely secluded part of the site with the most amazing views over the bay. Gents toilet was basic but absolutely fine. Ladies toilet and shower was more than adequate. Spacious wet room showers. Freezer for blocks and ironing board available as well. It is hilly but nothing unmanageable and only 10 minutes walk down to Grange with lovely shops and eating places. Recommend the fish and chip restaurant! Loved it.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Glockenspiel 1 review from this member

Very quiet site (we were the only ones there) with spectacular views. The facilities were adequate but basic. Washing up area consists of 2 sinks at the side of the toilet block and next to the bins. The toilet block was very basic and could do with a good clean, but the showers (2)were hot eventually, they are pump action so it took a while to get hot water. There is a small freezer for your ice blocks and a socket for your hair dryer I presume. The gents toilet had 1 shower and 3 toilets in use (2 were locked?) this too could have done with a good clean. The pitches were mostly on a slope so be aware of where you pitch and you are in farmland so you can expect plenty of noise from nature!Wi-Fi is available at the extortionate price of £10 for 2 nights and it was very poor at times. Will not be returning.

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